Citrine is rare in nature, and was often confused with topaz before modern advances in gemology. Today it is a popular gemstone thanks to its durability and affordability. While citrine’s name is based on its lemon (citrus) yellow colour, it can often be found in shades ranging from nearly colourless to earthy browns and reddish oranges. Often, traces of iron are what affect the stone’s colouring. Citrine can be found in Brazil, Uruguay, the Urals in Russia, Scotland, and North Carolina in the United States.
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